Spotlight on Politics: Supervisor Janice Hahn in RHE Congregating at Summer picnic

Student Environmental Advocacy (SEA) Group.

On Sunday, July 16, the Palos Verdes Democrats held their annual picnic at St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church in Rolling Hills Estates. Several elected officials, dignitaries and candidates spoke about current events and the importance of voting in local elections. Over one hundred attendees enjoyed dinner prepared by Lunada Bay Market while listening to Congressman Ted Lieu talk about the 2024 National Election. Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi spoke of how crucial it is to get good candidates to run and win in local elections. Supervisor Janice Hahn talked about the recent landslide in RHE among other issues important to Palos Verdes. LA County Sheriff Robert Luna expressed his desire to make the sheriff’s department work in cooperation with other governmental agencies. Several students from Student Environmental Advocacy (SEA) encouraged members to join in the South Bay Youth Climate March in July. Other speakers included RPV City Council Eric Alegria and Paul Seo, PVPUSD Board Members Sara Deen and Ami Gandhi, PVLD Board Trustee Zoe Unno and TUSD Board Member Betty Lieu. The evening ended after Congressman Ted Lieu administered the oath of office to the incoming executive board For more information about joining PV Democrats, please visit

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